We’re proud to offer a comprehensive care that allows us to provide exceptional treatment for each member of your family—you all deserve healthy, happy smiles that stick with you for life!
Your mouth is one part of a whole, but it’s not disconnected—in fact, it’s considered part of your digestive tract. It’s a gateway your overall health relies on, so it’s important to treat it well!
Sometimes, even when you’ve done your best to avoid infection, decay, or injury, your mouth may experience one or more of these problems. As our name suggests, we’ve got solutions and can help you smile again!
You can count on us for thorough examinations. comprehensive treatment plans, and kind care. We’ll show you what we see and tell you about how we can help you maintain or improve your oral health. We’re with you each step of the way!
Very few people are born with perfect teeth; most of us need orthodontic treatment, assistance in stain removal, the filling in of chips, shaping of gum tissue, or full makeovers before we feel confident sharing our smiles. We understand and are here to help.
The chances you’ve heard of the oral-systemic link are high as it’s been discussed at length for over 50 years, but just in case you’ve got some catching up to do, we’ll fill you in: it’s the understanding that your mouth can mirror your body’s health and vice versa.
You know the saying, “When you look good, you feel good.”? Well, it’s pretty hard to look good if you’re not feeling well, too! We’re here to help you feel great about your smile’s health and appearance.
That doesn’t mean you need pink lipstick, but you do need to show your gums love by flossing under your gumline and brushing gently with soft bristles and a gingivitis fighting toothpaste twice a day. Unhealthy gums can lead to tooth loss and more.
If it’s been a while since you’ve had a dental exam and cleaning, there is no time like the present to change that. Let’s ensure your gums are happily holding your tooth roots firmly in place, or catch gum disease in its early stage!
Beneath the visible crowns of your teeth lie roots, which have what we call pulp chambers. Your pulp chambers possess nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. If your pulp chamber becomes infected, you’ll need endodontic care to fight the risk of tooth loss.
Oral surgery encompasses an array of procedures geared toward protecting and healing your smile, as well as preparing it for prosthetics like dental implants. With advanced technology, light sedation, and our gentle touch, you’re in good hands.
That might sound unbelievable, but it’s true. Your comfort is our top priority, and you can count on us to check in with you through our treatment planning and while we’re caring for you.
For as long as people have needed dental care, they’ve also needed ways to face their fears regarding that necessary care. For decades, different forms of sedation and anesthesia have been helping people relax at the dentist’s office. We can show you how!
Dental emergencies can be traumatic, but receiving quality care can make a dramatic difference in your recovery. Our schedules can accommodate urgent visits, and we’re on-call after hours, so reach out as soon as you can in cases of emergency.
COVID – 19 Update
Your dental health is important to us, and we are here to help you. Delaware State Dental Society has allowed us to resume elective and non-urgent procedures.